This is Paul.
At first gance, he seems like a raging ____________ with all that hell condemnation stuff.
Maybe he ___/___n't.
I talked to him a few times. He's been to my _______ the last _____ semesters. He's a _________ dude, and as far as I can tell, the loony signals _________/_________ not going off.
Although the sign is fascinating in itself, I was most intrigued by the students. Our focus tends to shift to the words on the sign that many of us reject. This sign is very _________ to a lot of people, but let us also consider that Paul is actively demonstrating his protected ________ ammendment right. Whether or not we agree with the dude does not matter--we must ask ourselves who is more _________? Paul, or those mocking, taunting, and occasionally, physically attacking him. Whatever and whoever is at blame, it isn't __________, for either side. The sign invokes hostility, but the reaction of those around him is downright __________. The man marches peacefully, or as peacefully as one can while ____________ everyone to __________. If you argue, he'll argue back. If you ask, he'll speak, and give you a business card.
(by the way, each photo is scanned at 1200dpi. If you don't know what that means, just click on the small picture, and watch it become a big picture.)
Would you believe he rode out of there on a bicycle?
Before doing so, I asked him, "So, what's next? It's a beautiful day--what do you do when you're not holding a sign condemning people to hell?"
He pondered for a moment, slowly breathed out, and as if he had just got off a six-hour foot-patrol through the streets of Baghdad, said in a relaxing manner--"I think I'll go work on my boat."